2017 Newton Goes Solar Helps Homeowners Plug in to Solar Electricity


Green Newton is proud to sponsor a new solar initiative for 2017–Newton Goes Solar.  We are here to answer your questions on home solar installations and to get you started on going solar–providing you with detailed information online, public information sessions, and solar coaches to help make the process easy.

We have selected two highly qualified suppliers to work with, one specializing in PPA (Power Purchase Agreements) and the other specializing in Customer Owned systems.  Our community will have the opportunity to receive free quotes and discounted pricing on solar systems installed by our solar partners.

Go to newtongoessolar.org for complete details.

Other Green Decade Newton Initiatives

One of Green Newton’s missions is to protect people and the environment by promoting alternatives to toxic landscape chemicals and pesticides (i.e., herbicides, insecticides, rodenticides and fungicides) through public education campaigns and community action. community resource and clearinghouse for information, referrals … Read More

Green Newton’s Transportation Committee is working to reduce our carbon footprint, conserve natural resources, and create a more sustainable community by expanding Newton’s transportation options. We encourage walking, bicycling and transit use and want to reduce the number of Vehicle … Read More

Students for a Greener World (SGW) is a dedicated group of middle and high school students whose goal is to reach out to kids of all ages and to help them learn and practice environmentally friendly actions at home, school … Read More

The School Outreach Committee brings parents and educators of Newton together to share ideas about promoting energy and resource conservation in Newton schools. Past projects implemented at schools include: Classroom and Cafeteria recycling and composting Zero Waste Days and Green … Read More

Working with the City of Newton in 2015, Green Newton donated stickers with information on acceptable and unacceptable materials for recycling. Volunteers labeled 28,000 recycling bins around the city, helping residents better understand recycling procedures.